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That was true enough but it does not account for the quantum nature of light and the characteristics that allow a photon to act like a discrete bundle of electromagnetic energy with properties like a particle. In fact, the technique of interferometry is described using waves (this is a particularly powerful tool for measurements). To the right, I've shown on top a flat pigment particle coated with tiny light-diffusing spheres.

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